Workshop talks ASEAN wildlife protection ASEAN

Workshop talks ASEAN wildlife protection

The People and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature) held a workshop in Hanoi on November 6 to discuss promoting cooperation among social organisations in the fight against wildlife and timber smuggling in ASEAN.
Webinar discusses fate of Mekong River Environment

Webinar discusses fate of Mekong River

PanNature, a Vietnamese not-for-profit organisation, in collaboration with the Mekong Community Institute of Thailand (MCI) and the NGO Forum on Cambodia, organised a webinar themed “The Fate of the Mekong River: Current Development and Future Perspectives” on November 5 within the framework of the ASEAN People’s Forum 2020.
Efforts needed to remove wildlife black markets Environment

Efforts needed to remove wildlife black markets

To prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19, conservationists proposed abolishing “black markets” for wildlife trade and blaming authorities of localities where violations happen.
Project strengthens community’s engagement in natural resource management Environment

Project strengthens community’s engagement in natural resource management

A water resource management project has been underway in Dak Rong commune, K’Bang district of the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai, aiming to preserve the local biodiversity, improve the livelihood of communities in the basins of Srepok and Sesan rivers sustainably, and encourage the engagement of parties in managing natural resources.
Vietnam wants to promote social forestry in ASEAN: official Environment

Vietnam wants to promote social forestry in ASEAN: official

Vietnam wants to promote social forestry among member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to create favourable conditions for the involvement of private and non-governmental organisations, community and people in forestry activities, said a local official.
Vietnam’s protected forest dwindling Environment

Vietnam’s protected forest dwindling

Despite positive reports from authorities on the steady increase of the national forest cover, the size of the country’s protected forest is in fact decreasing at an alarming rate, experts said.